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This is just a corner where I pile books and articles that I’m interested in and don’t want to lose track of. It really is “just for me”, but if you’re interested, please feel free to look around.

Coming Together on Culture (Part I): Theological Issues – Tim Keller

Coming Together on Culture (Part II): Practical Issues – Tim Keller

Not Ashamed! The Sufficiency of Scripture for Public Theology – Dan Strange

Are We Doing Social Justice Wrong?

The Many Other Trayvons

Clobbering “Biblical” Gay Bashing  (not my view, but I’m interested in the arguments here and want to keep track of this)

Communities of Compassion, Then and Now – Dan Clendenin

My Speech Delivered at the New York Federal Reserve Bank

The “Southern Strategy” and Richard Nixon

15 Questions for Evolutionists

You Can be a Christian or a Liberal But Not Both (junk article, but I want to find it later)

Tax Topics: Who Doesn’t Pay Income Taxes?

“Pro-Choice Americans at Record-low – 41%” (Gallop survey results)

Liberals Need to Start Holding Obama Accountable for His Policies

The Choice (New York Magazine’s endorsement of Obama for President)

What the Bible Says About Rape

How I Lost Faith in the Pro-Life Movement

Rewriting the Pro-Life Agenda

A Response to Objections on My Pro-Life Movement Post

Worthwhile Reads: Abortion and Pro-Life Groups

Seven Recent Articles on Abortion Worth Reading

The “Biblical View” that’s Younger than a Happy Meal

The Top Seven Regrets of Pastors

The “Southern Strategy” and Richard Nixon

Abort73.com

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Posted March 30, 2012 by occupyevangelicals

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